Welcome to St Thomas Boat Rentals in the Beautiful St. Thomas USVI, we provide the ultimate boating experience to St John USVI and . At St Thomas Boat Rentals we have a complete selection of Boat Rentals in St. Thomas & Yacht Rental Excursions in St. Thomas. To ensure your Boat Rental is the ultimate experience at sea, we have Professional Captains & Crew to take you to the Most popular beaches of The Virgin Islands including Tortola, Norman Island and Jost Van Dyke. You can also spend the day snorkeling and discovering the beautiful reefs of the Caribbean or enjoy a fun filled day on the water with our Professional Captain & Crew to make your Boat Rental in St Thomas the Experience of a life time!

Whether you’re looking to Rent a boat in St Thomas or to spend the day Cruising on one of our 50′ Yachts , St Thomas Boat Rentals has a Rental boat for your day in the Virgin Islands.

St Thomas Boat Rentals

Renting a boat is a great way to explore St. John and neighboring Virgin Islands. Two of the biggest benefits of renting a powerboat are the views of the islands it provides and the endless opportunities to explore the islands including:

  • Anchor at some of the islands’ beautiful and pristine beaches and bays – some of which are in St. John’s gorgeous national park!
  • Island hop!

You have the option to not only boat around the beautiful island of St. John – but you can also venture out to other locations such as St. Thomas, Congo, Great St. James, Hans Lollick, and Lovango. And for those passport toting travelers – you can venture off to Jost Van Dyke, Tortolas, Norman Island, Peter Island, and Cooper Island! Here are some of the renowned locations you can’t miss when you rent a powerboat in St. John or the Virgin Islands to snorkel

Coki Beach

This beach has some very beautiful coral ledges for snorkelers and divers alike.

Leinster Bay

 This location offers clear and calm waters filled with sea life.

Trunk Bay

This has a wonderful self-guided snorkeling trail. This 675-foot-long trail has large signs underwater identifying different species of coral and marine life.

Haulover Bay

A smaller bay that provides visitors with nooks, walls, ledges, and sandy areas to view.

Carval Rock

This location offers experienced divers with dramatic rock formations and a large variety of fish – small, large, sharks, and even manta rays!

Wreck of the Rhone

The site of a 367-foot steam and sailing shipwreck

Cow and Calf Rocks

There are lots of ridges, arches, tunnels, and canyons at this site. In addition, marine life is abundant in this site!

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